A file photo shows a brown bat flying with a beetle in its mouth. The most common species of bat in the United States, the brown can be rabid but has rarely been linked with human cases of rabies.
A file photo shows a brown bat flying with a beetle in its mouth. The most common species of bat in the United States, the brown can be rabid but has rarely been linked with human cases of rabies. MERLIN D. TUTTLE AP
A file photo shows a brown bat flying with a beetle in its mouth. The most common species of bat in the United States, the brown can be rabid but has rarely been linked with human cases of rabies. MERLIN D. TUTTLE AP
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